Woking manager Anthony Limbrick has seen his side slip down the National League table in the last month but remains confident of turning things around.
The Cards’ last victory in the league was against Ebbsfleet United on November 21, with three defeats following, as well as losing FA Cup and FA Trophy ties to Peterborough United and Maidenhead United. Limbrick tasted defeat in his first derby with Aldershot Town on Boxing Day and is hoping his side can bounce back this weekend against Eastleigh.
After a great start to the season, it has become rocky for the Cards – but every club suffers a blip and Limbrick is hopeful of an improvement.
“Without a doubt we want to try and put it right,” he said. “We had a good FA Cup run, and two against Football League sides in Bury and Peterborough.”
“Yes, the league form has dropped off slightly for us and we need to get that back, especially away from home, picking up more points.
We have had good wins away from home and we need to replicate them again. We’ll start again with Eastleigh this weekend.
“They are an older, physical side, so we’ll have to deal with that and make sure we’re ready.”
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